APC Blames Saraki For National Assembly Siege
The National authority of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has alledged that Senate President Bukola Saraki is in charge of Tuesday’s attack on the National Assembly.
The APC in an announcement on Wednesday, marked and made accessible to Nigeria latest news by the acting national publicity secretary of the party, Mr. Yekini Nabena, said the auspicious intervention of security agents halted Saraki’s arrangement to instigate violence over impeachment .
“Following Tuesday’s episode at the National Assembly, our research have now revealed the vile plot brought forth by the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki to incite violent in the legislative chamber all in an offer to stop his impeachment”, the announcement read.
Our examinations revealed and noticed the accompanying:
- We are currently mindful that the auspicious mediation of the security agents stalled the arranged crisis which could have prompted possible death, wounds and destruction of property in the National Assembly on Tuesday.
- For what reason did the Senate President planted hooligans to the National Assembly who nearly lynched Hon. E.J. Agbonayinma, the only APC government senator present, if not for timely intervention of securities.
- For what reason did the Senate President reconvene the National Assembly? Apparently as a pre-emptive move to halt the legislators officials move to impeach him.
- Is it not inquisitive that only Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) government officials were available in their numbers-some as right on time as 7am, while the larger part APC elected legislators were somewhere else holding a caucus meeting on the condition of the country.
“We approach security organizations and relevant bodies to as an issue of urgency investigation these discoveries and make all fundamental and legitimate move to stop these lawless acts which represent an immediate and unfavorable threat to our democracy.”
“As upheld in our prior statement, while our conflict with the administration of the National Assembly as right now constituted is a matter of public record, despite everything we trust that the lawmaking body as an autonomous arm of government must be permitted free rule for lively contestation of thoughts and qualities among its individuals inside the setting of their established order and for the advantage of the Nigerian individuals.”
“At long last, we emphasize our require the Senate President to leave from the position quickly as he never again has the good and real ground to possess that situation as an individual from the minority PDP. Passing by the popular axiom, ‘the dominant part will have their direction, however the minority will have their say’.
In any case, Nigeria daily times reviews Dr. Saraki has just denounced the attack of the National Assembly and is booked to address a World question and answer session this evening where illumination of issues is relied upon to be done.